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Neal Morse


Symphonic Prog

3.13 | 284 ratings

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2 stars I think we expect a little more to hear a better album of Neal Morse.Este disk itself in that it draws the attention is getting repetitive and needs to take new directions. We must recognize that the great composer, but as progartist has its ups and low.

The track "Lifeline" has long and technical introduction but leaves us feeling that "I have heard this before" rings attached to Morse from his time in Spock's Beard.

"levithan" is perhaps the highlight of this disc of music with elements rockfusion and good arrangement of metals. "The Way Home" and "God's Love" show your vein Christian / pop musician in rooted yet. "So Many Roads" with its 28 minutes sounds gracelessly and without purpose, with the old clichés morseans. After the great Sola Scriptura, Neal Morse disappoint his fans with songs short of its capacity.

nandprogger | 2/5 |


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